Sunday, March 17, 2013

All of the Land and Structures in Los Angeles County is Valued at $1.1 Trillion!

Take a look at page 4 of this report and gawk at the $1.1 Trillion dollar number. In 1990, the Los Angeles County Assessor's Office valued the land and structure at $430 billion.  Converting these numbers into real dollars using the CPI,  yields an annual average real appreciation rate of 2.5%. I realize that LA County now has a larger quantity of buildings than it had in 1990 but this example highlights that the land has value out here because the building themselves are mostly nasty 1950s tear downs.  


4 comments :

Justin M Ross said...

Perhaps it should be a little higher than that, even: http://www.dailynews.com/news/ci_21792087/los-angeles-county-assessor-john-noguez-arrested

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